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Check out our new SuperCal SO4 plant!

We are pleased to announce our new Fort Dodge plant is up and running and sending SuperCal SO4 all over the world. Take a peek below.

This will make it easier for dealers to get the product in so you can use it on your fields. We know you want SuperCal SO4 and we've been working constantly to make it more available. Now you'll be able to get the best calcium source for your crops — never settle for something less!

 

The Blogronomist is maintained by Craig Dick, head blogronomist and VP of Sales and Marketing. Here you will find a wide array of blog articles from Craig and expert guests on topics related to soil and crop health, farming, and so much more. If it’s not here, ask us!

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New SuperCal SO4 plant loads first trucks!

On Thursday we loaded the first two trucks at the new Fort Dodge production facility!

 

To celebrate this achievement, we had a film crew on hand to document the event. Check out one of the camera guys in action:

Check out the sneak preview of our video:

 

The full video should be posted to our YouTube page in 7-10 days!

 

 

Yield Starts Here is a blog for farmers, focusing on increasing yield and profitability by focusing on the soil. It is managed by Craig Dick, a Blogronomist and Sales and Marketing Manager at Calcium Products. Find other articles by Craig and guest writers at http://blog.calciumproducts.com. 

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Check your skin!

May is national skin cancer month so we wanted to remind all of you who daily work out in the sun — be careful!

When you read tips on preventing skink cancer, they always suggest staying in the shade during the heated hours of the day. We know that’s not possible for you. So the best thing to do is wear sunscreen daily, with a high SPF. Make sure you re-apply too!

And perhaps use skin cancer month as a good time to get your annual check up with a dermatologist. Any suspicious spots or moles, they’ll check out. You should also regularly check yourself for anything that looks unusual. Here’s what some skin cancers look like.

Today is melanoma Monday. In 1980, the lifetime risk of developing melanoma was 1 in 250, according to according to Mayo Clinic. Today it is 1 in 50. Learn more.

Read up on more tips on being careful in the sun.

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